Riksdag

(from the article `Adolf Frederick`) Most of the power during the new king`s reign rested in the Riksdag (parliament). Twice he tried to free himself of its control. In his first attempt ... ...father, Oscar I, on July 8, 1859, Charles was an intelligent and artistically inclined ruler much liked in both kingdoms. The royal power, ... ...
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Riksdag

(Swedish: `Day of the Realm`), the Swedish states general from 1435 to 1865, unique in Europe because it included the peasantry as the fourth state.[2 related articles]
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Riksdag

Riksdag (rēks'däg, rēks'tä) , national parliament of Sweden, formed in 1866. Originally a two-chamber legislature, it became a single chamber body in 1971. Representation in the chamber is proportional. Members are elected by universal suffrage for a term of three years...
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Riksdag

[disambiguation] The Riksdag is the national legislative assembly and the supreme decision-making body of Sweden. Riksdag may also refer to: == See also == ...
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Riksdag

The constitutional functions of the Riksdag are enumerated in the Instrument of Government (Regeringsformen), and its internal workings are specified in greater detail in the Riksdag Act (Riksdagsordningen). The seat of the Riksdag is at Parliament House (Riksdagshuset), on the island of Helgeandsholmen in the central parts of Stockholm. The Riksd...
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Riksdag

[Sweden] ==Summary== ==Licensing== ...
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